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" Sir W. Coventry was herewith much moved, (as well as I, who could hardly abstain from weeping,) and took their names, and so parted ; telling me that he would move His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. "
Memorials of the professional life and times of Sir William Penn ...: From ... - Página 392
de Granville Penn - 1833
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq., F. R. S.,from His ..., Volumen 6

Samuel Pepys - 1884
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that that shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. So we parted. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of...
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Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys from His MS. Cypher in ..., Volumen 6

Samuel Pepys - 1885
...he is, will serve him; and, if possible, do that that shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. So we parted. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of...
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English Prose: Selections, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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English Prose: Selections, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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English Prose, Volumen 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1894
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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From Grave to Gay: Being Essays and Studies Concerned with Certain Subjects ...

John St. Loe Strachey - 1897 - 334 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that that shalt show our memory of our dead commander and our revenge.' Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...weeping), and took their names, and so parted ; telling me he would move His Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. We might add plenty...
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The Diary: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Pepys - 1905 - 800 páginas
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, l civil people do think they may come as well as any. He tells me that he hath gone several which was done. The truth is Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts and...
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Diary of Samuel Pepys

Samuel Pepys - 1905 - 800 páginas
...and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge.' Sir \V. ing about ten at night, and rainy dirty weather, I knew not what to do lie would move His Koyal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is Sir...
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Diary of Samuel Pepys: F. R. S., Secretary to the Admiralty Inthe ..., Volumen 2

Samuel Pepys, John Smith, Richard Griffin Baron Braybrooke - 1906
...he is, will serve him ; and, if possible, do that which shall show our memory of our dead commander, and our revenge." Sir W. Coventry was herewith much...his Royal Highness as in a thing very extraordinary, which was done. The truth is, Sir Christopher Mings was a very stout man, and a man of great parts,...
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